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>> michael: good evening, folks, a terrible day on wall street. renewed unrest in the middle east, and political turmoil here at home. folks, it's just a tv show, relax. i'm michael shure. this is the last war room. [ ♪ theme music ] >> michael: we will begin in egypt where violence goes on. 630 people dead after security forces cracked down on demonstratessers in support of ousted president morsi. the violence has put the president in a very tough position. >> while we want to sustain a relationship with egypt, our continued cooperation cannot continue as usual when civilians are being killed in the streets. >> michael: he has canceled a joint exercise because it's probably not a good why the to conduct joint exercises with people who are killing its people in the streets. but the president did not mention the word "coup" or the $1.5 billion in aid that the u.s. gives to the egyptians every year, most of which goes to the military. obama made clear he feels damned if you do, damned if you don't. he pointed out many egyptians blamed the u.s. for supporting morsi while he was in
>> michael: coming up following a cheerful goodbye to tighting agents and the guy who runs russia's version of russian news, edward snowden says goodbye. i'm michael shure, you're in the war room. >> michael: first up, edward snowden finally has a home. russia granted him search rather asylum. he will be allowed to live in russia and travel freely in the country for one year. the one responsible for leaking information on classified nsa information on parameters said this. today. we have seen obama administration show no respect for international or domestic law, but the law is winning. i thank the russian federation for granting me asylum. jay carney said russia is jeopardizing diploma diplomatic relations with the u.s. by all allowing snowden to live there. >> we're extremely disdisappoi disdisappointed that russia would take this step, and not have snowden ex-spelled to the u.s. to face charges against him. he should be returned to the united states as soon as possible where he will be accorded full due process and protections. >> michael: sometimes i really don't believe that
>> michael: they said do tom brokaw, so good evening, i'm michael shure. things fall apart in egypt, and the world waits to find out what happens next, and who can possibly make it better. "the war room" starts now. [♪ theme music ] >> michael: having a little fun, but in egypt they are not. a month long state of emergency has been declared in egypt. egyptian officials are reporting 278 people confirmed dead, and the death toll is expected to rise. the muslim brotherhood count saying as many as 600 dead. the clash began last night when troops swarmed two pro morsi encampments and opened fire. the white house condemned the violence and urged egypt to find peace instead of imposing a state of emergency. josh earnest had this to say this morning. >> we believe that the state of emergency should end as soon as possible. violence is simply not a solution in egypt or anywhere else. violence will not create a road map for egypt's future. violence only impedes the transition to an incollusive civilian government. the world is closely watching egypt and is very concerned. >> michael: that
>> michael: hello and welcome to "the war room." i'm michael shure. shh, it's ron kafka rolling over in his grave, and even he could not imagine something as absurd as this. "the war room" starts now. well, last week president obama announced the creation of an independent group of outside experts to review the intelligence gathering and reviewing of information by the nsa, all in hopes of maintaining the trust of the people and that there is no abuse. >> obama: we're reviewing our intelligence technologies. i'm asking this independent group to step back and review our capabilities, particularly our surveillance technologies. >> michael: well yesterday baracpresident obama revealed te person in charge of this review panel will be james clapper, the very person in charge of the nsa spying practices, the same practices that the panel is investigating. to make matters worse he lied about to congress in march. >> what i wanted to see is if you could give me a yes or no answer to the question. does the nsa collect any type of data at all on millions or hundreds of millions of america
>> michael: hi, folks, i'm michael shure. is it two steps forward and one step back or is it the other way around. when it comes to race in america it doesn't feel like we're always going in the right direction. they've sent in the clowns, literally, and we'll see which way we're moving in today's big news. "the war room" starts now. [ ♪ music ] >> michael: man, is it good to be back in this state. we're going to be here for four more days. stay with us, we have a great week of shows. earlier today here in san francisco attorney general eric holder laid out plans to alleviate overcrowded prisons and address racism in the justice system. >> as we come together, we need to discuss although incarceration has a significant role to play in our justice system, it can be ineffective and unsustainable. it poses a significant uneconomic burden. it comes with human and moral costs that are impossible to calculate. >> michael: the attorney general. the defendants with drug charges but no ties to large scale drugs organizations will be able to hold draconian mandatory minimum
for one of its ad campaigns pep and high-end designers, like michael kors and calvin klein are making plus-sized pieces for their lines. do you think the fashion industry is starting to embrace the larger size woman now? >> i think they will throw a bone to the media. i think the fashion industry is behind. there's not enough diversity in ethnicity in models, anywhere in america. >> reporter: if the public thinks her words seem a little too cutting -- >> i think you need to put some gratitude in your attitude, girl. >> reporter: the fashion phenom says she's not sorry for calling the cat catwalk the way she sees it. >> am i stutough because i say that? am i going to tell the truth? yes. is it my opinion? yes. >> reporter: for "good m mornin america," linsey davis, c news, new york. >> "america's next top model" airs fridays on the c.w. >>> sam and josh, out to you guys. >> thank you, amy. oh, yeah. and the "deals & steals." >> logon, gma.com on yahoo! and this is the back-to-school edition. >> 20 bucks and under, means it's really going to go. >> let's get started. >> these are seen on cel
kate. what is hormone replacement? yes. scientific abbreviations for $600. michael. what is electron microscope? correct. science abbreviations -- $800. colby. what's messenger? messenger. yes. playing our songs -- $400. kate. who is lady gaga? yeah. you're surprised you knew that. i am surprised i knew that. i'll take scientific abbreviations for $1,000. michael. what is magnetic force? no. kate or colby? [ beep ] "what is magnetic field?" back to you, kate. literary relatives for $200. [ beep ] and this famous author is john le carré. back to you, kate. literary relatives for $400. kate. who is stowe? harriebeecher stowe is correct. and that takes you up to $2,200, and it takes us to break number one. back in a moment, ladies and gentlemen. [ applause ] &pmonth halftimm update..parks wwth yoor ccrabongelas f ppn its happened aagin..ord its happonighh that two more su from baltimore's entrall boooing.how it happened thhs 3&pand a miracle ssaaue.the amazingghealing pooer hat some say it p welcome back. it's always nice to come back with good news for our players. micha
as to what caused the explosion. >>> here in new york, mayor michael bloomberg says he will appeal a federal judge's ruling that found the nypd's stop and frisk policy compromised the rights of thousands of minorities. the mayor said the policy helped save thousands of lives by removing guns from the streets. but the judge ruled the tactics unfairly targeted black and hispanic men. >>> and the billionaire behind paypal is now promising, by goodness, an 800-mile-per-hour commute. elon musk has unveiled designs for what he calls a hyperloop. it could make the trip between los angeles and san francisco in 30 minutes and cost $20 each way. the mega, megahigh-speed transit line uses capsules in virtually air-free tubes. it could be built in liss than a decade. get on that. >>> and finally, a real estate project gone awry. a rich guy in china thought he could build an 8,600 square-foot villa on top of the apartment building. he spent years building it. brought in boulders to make it look like a mountain retreat. the problem, it violates virtually every city ordinance possible. the only complaints
for watching. we will be back at noon. announcer: it's "live! with kelly & michael." today, star of "two and a half men" and the new film, "jobs," ashton kutcher. and a performance from rising country star brett eldredge. plus, nicole richie returns for another day of co-hosting. ll next on "live." now, here are michael strahan and nicole richie! [cheers and applause] ♪ michael: here you go. there we go. hello. good morning. today is friday, august 9, 2013. and back today filling in for kelly ripa is nicole richie. nicole: hello, guys. [applause] michael: how are you doing, my lady? nicole: i'm doing good. it feels really good to be here. michael: sometimes i don't feel like i'm here. nicole: i've not had that problem yet. but i'm happy to be -- to spend time with you. he's very good friend with joel, my husband. they were in a fantasy football league together. michael: hold on. hold on. yesterday, you informed me that i got kicked out the league and i didn't even know i got kicked out the fantasy league because they tried to say i was bad at it. but i was the next to last place and no
a true diamond in the rough. john muller has the story. >> reporter: when michael's family stopped at this arkansas state park called the crater of diamonds, he wasn't expecting much. >> they tell you you'll find these little diamonds that are so small pip expected to get a couple of those. >> reporter: instead in a state best known for little rock, the 12-year-old found an enormous rock. >> we were there around ten minutes. i found it on top. it was glassy. very smooth. didn't look like anything else around it. >> reporter: but he and his parents didn't realize he found real diamond in the rough. >> we all looked at it and dismissed it. later on in the day, when we were ready to quit, we let in the kids go to the rock identification people by themselves. >> i brought the rock out of the bag. the guy who was there got bug-eyed. he said, hang on a second, i need to take this to the back room. people came from everywhere. it's a big diamond, they said. >> reporter: not just big. more than 5 karats. appraisers say it could be worth as much as $15,000. >> if it can get cut and is valua
't worry about what he thinks. he's still not sure about me. ha ha! well, in my opinion, michael's only slightly behind the other children, and i'm sure he'll be fine to move on to kindergarten. but...there's a question? oh. well, not with me, but the kindergarten teacher rita will come down and make her own evaluation. so michael might have to stay in preschool for one more year. it--it happens sometimes. and it's better if it happens in preschool because there's no shame in repeating at this age. sure. right. but this kindergarten lady rita, she'll make the call? yes. is she tough? well, what do you mean? you know... [grr] you really got to leave him back? i mean... what about that other kid i saw, the one licking the blackboard? ray, it's not a competition. you know, my biggest concern is splitting up the boys, because they're so close. well, i thought of that, and, you know, if it comes down to it, they could both stay in pre-k one more term. again, they're on the younger side, and moving forward at this age isn't crucial. i don't know. maybe that would be...best. i--what do you thi
future with dell and the battle to defeat michael dell's buyout plan is. we'll drill down on his epic clash of titans with hedge fund heavy weight bill ackman over herbalife and what his exit strategy when it comes to hlf really is? what does he want to do with either of these companies? this is important, david. it is coming up in a few minutes. it is exclusive. you won't want to miss it. it will be the first time since he bought another four million shares of dell. david: a lot of his companies are performing for double digits percentage wise. we have breaking news. let's go to ashley webster. it concerns jcpenney which took it on the chin. came back a little bit. what is the news. >> absolutely, david and liz this has to do with speck lanes that jcpenny's chief financial fer, ken hannah was stepping down. it was rumored. although we don't typically comment on rumor or speculation they say it is appropriate to respond in this case. he is not stepping down. he is part of the jcpenney go forward leadership team. the company says that there is absolutely false. as you mentioned, david,
[robotic voice] to be like this. but michael thought that samuel should be a very advanced android, almost indistinguishable from a real person. - dwight does not play a robot. - i'm up. - it's the president. he needs you for a mission. - tell him i'm retired. - it's goldenface. - goldenface... this makes it personal. [dramatic music] ♪ - scarn, you're right on time. [cheers and applause] - hail to the chief. - i gave up a lot of weekends because i thought it would be good for my daughter to see a black man as president, even in a silly home movie. what a stupid waste of time. it's your old enemy, goldenface. he's after the nhl all-star game. he's hidden a bomb somewhere in the stadium. scarn... this one is personal for me. i own the stadium. i can't see it blown up. it's my retirement plan. - we have to search the stadium. - not so fast-- goldenface has taken all of the concession-stand workers hostage. scarn, will you find these hostages and save the game? - heads i do it, tails i don't. best out of seven. heads. [dramatic music] tails. ♪ heads. tails. heads. tails. looks lik
in the stewudio, michael mann, and from new york claus jacob. a recent study painted a grim picture for many american cities and towns. more than 1700 cities are at a greatest risk from rising city levels. even if all carbon emissions stopped right now, it's already too late for some cities that are locked in to a future below sea level. but scientists say 1,000 cities and towns could still be saved if there are dramatic cuts in emissions. michael we'll start with you. what does the future look like for cities like new york and miami? >> we can take actions to try to stablelize greenhouse gases, through reducing fossil fuel emissions, in such a case that we could avoid the worst-case scenarios. the best estimates are that we could avoid global sea level rise of more than a meter or three feet. a three-foot sea level rise is going to be damaging to many of the coastal cities of the u.s. low-lying island nations, but there are probably steps we can take to adapt to that level of change. on the other hand if we continue to pursue business as usual, if we continue with our escalating fossil fuel
legumes. - nice try. no, correction. terrible try. - michael called dad? - your friend michael, yes. what's going on? - um, i think i know, but i'll sound stupid if i'm wrong. uh, is dad there? - hollis? - hi, dad. - there was a program on tv about india. - oh, okay. um, did you connect with michael? - you want to watch it? - i--i'm not there, dad. i'm in pennsylvania. - what--what are you doing there? - i live here. um, can i talk to you about michael? - i'll--i'll put your mother on. - no, no, no, dad. - holly? - mom, dad can't seem to focus on the subject. - don't you worry about him. he's got me. - well, who do you have? - i have your father. he's right here. i'll put him on. - no, mom. - oh, which one's decaf? michael! michael! hey! - hi. - hi. i'm just coming out to see what you're doing and maybe stop you. - oh, you know what? do you have a siphon? i think i'm gonna run out of gas. - why do you need more gas? - well, i'm... writing a message. - is it a good message or a bad message? - i'm asking holly a question in fire. - are you proposing? - maybe. - [gasps] - oh! - wow. - you kn
, youke from your are the best you can be and you in the position of asking between kobe and michael. into thet want to get better or best aspect, but these are the attributes that separate them. they are so alike. the competitive drive, the scoring capabilities, they are so great. that is why everybody compared the two of them. those are the differences. individually, they stood out and remarked on those. it was more from the standpoint michael compared the only person that really had the gift that he had, kobe. that was the echelon that he had reached. toust want to point out other athletes, there are some things that were different. one of the things that were different was michael's education. in the process, he had to learn a few things about himself. controlled. a playing in the system. patients. -- patience. he had his moments. kobe, he could not wait. his talent was so good that he could go there. there was something he missed out on, he could have enjoyed learning from a beginner's mind, the process of basketball. what separates those players that have the killer instinct? i
of question is that? a or law every day! >> plus -- >> we have michael phelps. >> did you ever pee in any of your races in the >> best swimmer ever says everyone pees in the pool, it's completely normal. i feel liberated. >> u.s.a.! >> hi, michael, how are you doing, man? big fan. >> oh, my god, it's michael phelps, the most decorated and possibly retired olympian of all time. and with the 2016 games on the horizon, there's only one question we have to ask -->> di your races in the olympics? >> yes, michael phelps is about to settle one of the greatest controversies in pool history, to pee or not to pee? that is the question. >> oh, i'm pro-pee. >> you're pro-pee? >> you're a pee advocate? >> ab>> everyone in this room h don't care who yo guys, that's michael phelps has to say? >> everybody pees in the pool. >> so it's like normal? >> everyone pees in the pool. >> so mikey, an ol peer. >> i feel liberated! >> u.s.a.! u.s.a.! u.s.a.! u.s.a.! u.s.a.!>> take that, russia! >> yeah, take that, and give us back edward stoweden or else we will pee in your pool. now, let's get back to phelps here
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>> david: i'm david sirota in for michael shure. the media world is shifting in to the happens of a few bill air citizen kanes. what does that mean? we'll explore those issues. "the war room" starts right now. [♪ theme music ] ♪ >> rosebud. ♪ >> david: yesterday, jeff bezos became the newest member of the billionaire newspaper owner's club when he scooped up the "washington post" for a cool quarter billion dollars. he joins a growing list which includes among others . . . and so who cares? newspapers are dying anyway, right? not so fast, a 2009 report showed that not only do 75% of adults still read newspapers, but local and online news overwhelmingly originates from traditional papers like the "washington post." so most americans newspaper still originates there. the idea that newspapers have been marginalized and replaced by the internet is a total fallacy. they have the kind of power that charles foster cane dreamed of. >> people will think -- >> what i tell them to think. >> david: and alex wrote today . . . jeff bezos is a man who can afford that kind of influence. t
of a problem. let's play "hardball." >> good evening. i'm michael smerconish in for chris matthews. leading off tonight, carolina on our minds. yesterday, the governor of north carolina, republican pat mccrory signed one of the most sweeping is voting reform bills we've seen yet. seven weeks after the supreme court crippled parts of the voting rights act which required states with a history of discrimination to preclearance by the justice department, governor mccrory and his republican legislature leaped at the opportunity to institute strict voting changes. now, this bill doesn't stop at merely requiring a government i.d. to vote. it also reduces early voting by a week. it eliminates same day registration, ends preregistration for 16 and 17-year-olds, discontinues a statewide voter registration drive and decreases public disclosure for dark money groups. governor mccrory shied away from a traditional public signing ceremony, instead taking to youtube to announce his signature and to also take some swipes at the bill's opponents. >> photo i.d. has become a part of our everyday life. you need a
at this time michael lupdtin and vice president of the marketing and branding for this station. >> hi everyone. can you hear me? hello everyone. i am from kqmd and i wanted to welcome you to this eighth annual indian heritage celebration. we are honored to be honoring four heroes from the community who have tirelessly worked throughout the year to provide the kind of service that admissible media is about and engaged community and robust heritage is about. nominated by community leaders they have worked at the grass-roots level and share the highest values we all share. as a public supported media organization we are committed to this and in november we are celebrating american heritage indian month with special programs on our television channels including kqed and plus and world. many are provided by native american public television which is actually an organization that produces indian producers and countries with partnership with public television and radio, so it's a fantastic organization and they have shared a lot of unique programs with us. two highlights are racing the redse
. >> sandwiched between doing his chores and football practice, michael shearer risked his lifesaving the lives of three children. michael was working on a roadside flower garden for his mom when he heard a crash. he spotted a wrecked fire in a ravine and saw a woman emerge from the driver's seat and called out for help to get her three children out. >> when i got up to the road, i was carrying the third child, the whole front of the car was on fire. after that, that car, i'm not sure if the gas tank ignite or whatever, but that car went up pretty quick. >> reporter: as a precaution, paramedics transported them with minor injuries. michael said his parents thought the car had hit him. now they are immensely proud of him. jeff hager, abc2 news. >> how about that. >> amazing. >> michael you will be row warded with grate weather. >> we could have a couple of thunderstorms. >> let's head over to wyatt everhart. we hit 92 earlier in downtown baltimore. the numbers are continuing to change. 88 in bel air. 88 in manchester. clouds continue to roll in a little bit. in fact, in western maryland, they ha
, it was nice. >> he's going to be feeling good about michael bennett, he is heading to the world title tournament. >> i am feeling good about it. it should have happened sooner. but i think people have always told him where to be, who to be. now he is coming into his own. you see his new tatoo and his new personality. this is just one of the many stinging sets that are taking him into the future. he had a realization, but if he really wants something, he has to stop obeying. he just loves those superheroes. >> brutal bob, he got hit with a superkick twice. >> we might have spoken too soon. >> launches him across the ring. can brutal bob do it? >> no, no, he can't do it! >> oh, maria, look at this! he's got it down, he's got it covered, and he kicks out. >> he didn't really. >> kevin, i have to say, maria doesn't look worried in the slightest. >> it's the look on the face of brutal bob -- >> he's desperate, old and out of shap shape. he's a has -been. >> you see what he's doing? what is he doing? wa is he, a clown? >> maria enjoys this. all this. >> one and -- >> a little premature ther
it in a competition in 1991 from a national newspaper. and it is, let's be honest about this, this is michael jackson's fedora. yeah. it was very much his trademark during the bad tour, which was 1987, 1988. so you won it in a competition that was held by a newspaper, and what did you have to do for that? it was just a phone competition. and obviously, i phoned up and they said that i had won it, won first prize. so you were a bit of a-- well, you must have been a huge michael jackson fan. otherwise, you wouldn't have bothered to go in for the competition. are you still? yes, still a fan, yes. and it's been terribly, terribly sad the world has lost michael jackson. and as a result, i think that he is going through a renaissance in popularity. and anything associated with michael jackson, i think, is going to just at this moment have a renaissance, too. the great thing is that not only did you get the hat, but you also got a letter of authenticity, because that actually is what it's all about. the object is one thing, the proof is the vital missing piece of the jigsaw, and here it is. it's from head o
" at the box office. michael gurka of chicago-based spectrum asset management is with us this morning. good morning, michael. i'm wondering what you're thinking about the trading volumes out there. we've hit some lows this week. - yes, actually it was rather impressive yesterday to start seeing the market give back a little after we put in those all-time highs last week. and in particular, there were a couple of things that happened in the market that show that we're getting some - not even referenced as a healthy correction - but certain components of the market that we expect to fall in place that are, and that is the way that the 10-year treasury is trading inversely to the stock market, and in particular, also, the commodities complex. you're starting to see some of this easing off of prices in precious metals, and, of course, in oil, and they're all coordinating themselves, i think, very well with the u.s. dollar. so, to put it first, it's the equities coming off those highs, and i think that that is actually anticipated, but i would not look for that to be prolonged, at least just yet
should you hold it in? new york mayor michael bloomburg suggested fewer trips to the can. on friday during his morning radio show bloomy responded to a caller asking him for his recipe to success. >> i always tried to be the first one in in the morning and the last out at night. take the fewest vacations and the least trips from the bathroom or to have lunch. have you to be there. everybody says that is crazy, but if you want to succeed the first -- you can't control on you lucky you are. you can't control how smart you are, but you can control how hard you work. >> weird phone he is using. bloomburg does know a bit about success. she worth $27 billion which is $20 billion more than i am worth. >> what? >> we should discuss how about here now? >> lightning rooooouuunnnddd. lightning round. >> nick, how many opportunities in your career have been blown because you were on the can? >> now we know why he was against big gulps. >> true. >> he has a bladder of little bo peep. what get a catheter to climb the corporate ladder? >> he is so full of it. >> he really it. do you owe some of yo
dear michael [car starts] aw! hey! [tires screeching] [horn] [horn blares, tires screeching] ♪ i hear songs on the radio ♪ darn you, cybil, stop this r! ow! oh! ♪ the song they're playing's ♪ got me thinkin' 'bout you ♪ kissin' me, and smiles real sweet ♪ you gonna pay for this? ♪ 'cause i was thinkin' 'bout you ♪ where the hell's my wallet? ♪ every little dream i dream about you ♪ ♪ every little thought i think about you ♪ ♪ it drives me crazy when you go away ♪ ♪ i'm gonna keep you locked up at home ♪ [reading] ♪ it'll take a while, but i'm gonna break you ♪ whoo! ♪ you hurt me so much i hate you ♪ thomas j. murphy, born 1955, january 8. elvis' birthday. born in biloxi, mississippi. no record of a father. spent most of his childhood in foster homes. he was a medic in vietnam. awarded the purple heart. nice. first arrest in '75 when he was caught vandalizing the gates of graceland. now, why would you do that? [tires screeching] i could not make this stuff up if i tried. then he was arrested for attempted murder in '88 and then again for a diamond
, michael jackson's ex-wife testifies about his drug use. the latest from the courthouse. [ male announcer ] america's favorite endless shrimp is back! people wait for this promotion all year long. and now there are endless ways to love it... from crispy to spicy to savory. [ man ] you cannot make a bad choice. [ male announcer ] red lobster's endless shrimp! as much as you like, any way you like! you can have your shrimp. and you can eat it, too. [ male announcer ] try our new soy wasabi grilled shrimp or classic garlic shrimp scampi. all just $15.99 for a limited time. it's gonna be a hit this year. [ male announcer ] red lobster's endless shrimp is now! we would never miss endless shrimp. [ male announcer ] but it won't last forever. so come and sea food differently. >>> that wasn't good. sorry. >> get out of my way. >> how is paris doing? >> michael jackson's ex-wife leaving court today after testifying in the wrongful death suit. the company is responsible for the pop star's death because they failed to super vice conrad murray. we have more with the latest, ted. pretty dramatic and e
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varying security as presently exists. >> shepard: doug, thank you. michael jackson's ex-wife testified she did not see any signs he had been shopping for doctors during the nearly two decades she was close to him. debbie rowe taking the stand again today in the huge legal battle between the singer's mother and his former concert promoter. much of the trial has focused on michael jackson's alleged drug use. remember, the pop star died in 2009 of an overdose of the powerful sedative propofol which doors use for medical procedures. debbie rowe cried, testified that michael jackson was teared of -- terrified of pain and his doctors competed over who could give him the most powerful drugs. debbie rowe sad that one of michael michael jackson's physicians arranged for two doctors to give him propofol in 1997 after the singer explained he couldn't sleep during the tour. so debbie testified that michael jackson was always in main. >> and when she was describing -- she broke down and cried on the stand today, saying the pain stemmed from michael jackson getting his scalp burnin' 1984 during the film
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? >> you poor son of a [ bleep ] it's pathetic what you're doing. >> you might remember michael. >> what' the message you sent by coming to napa instead of speaking to the senate. >> you're very antagonistic. >> he wasn't found of our questions when we found him at an exclusive napa resort and winery. >> have a moment? >> oh, god. >> just a couple of questions. >> he wasn't pleased to see us in sacramento. >> will you answer my questions, sir? sir -- >> i find you extremely insulting. >> reporter: how will the president of the public utilities commission respond to the questions uncovered in these documents? records filed with the state show since 2007 michael peevevy accepted $165,000 in gifts and free travel. in fact, records obtained by the nbc bay area investigative unit found in the last six years president peevevy accepted 16 trips, each valued at more than $6,000. >> this time last week i was in china -- >> reporter: trips to hong kong and sweden. globe trotting to spain and israel. >> i get the award in the last month or year for traveling the farthest although the press is not u
's banned. >> it's sad. we'll talk to you. >>> about a global battle about michael jackson's famous white gloves. the u.s. government trying to keep it from the son of an african dictator and we'll tell you why. that's coming up. >>> first out west, crews are battling major wildfires out of control in utah and idaho. two near posh communities that are holiday get away spots for some of hollywood's biggest stars. we have the story. >> reporter: more than 10,000 homeowners worried this morning in sun valley, da, that this wind swept fire could head their way. roads out are packed as people in more than 3,000 homes have been forced to evacuate. >> it's coming down the mountainside. wait and see what happens. can't control it. >> reporter: the fire in this ski resort where celebrities like tom hanks own homes is now the nation's top fire fighting priority. the resort is using snow-making machines to douse the mountain. insurance companies are sending private fire trucks to protect the properties. the smoke so thick even crews at a nearby air quality station had to get out. they describe the s
. >>> coming up next, my interview with elise jordan, the widow of michael hastings on her husband's life and work. [ female announcer ] when you're ready to take skincare to the next level you're ready for roc® new roc® multi correxion has an exclusive 5 in 1 formula it's clinically proven to hydrate dryness, illuminate dullness lift sagging diminish the look of dark spots and smooth the appearance of wrinkles together these 5 elements create ageless looking skin roc® multi correxion 5 in 1 it's high performance skincare™ only from roc® >>> michael hastings was a brilliant young journalist whose life was cut short in a car crash in june. as you'll see, he was as passionate as ever. >> i think there's many other reasons he should have resigned besides who he's sleeping with, that's not his wife. i want to make a point, the larger point i've been making, is that essentially the media has played a role in protecting game david petraeus. >> for the first time we're going to hear now from his widow, elise jordan. >> thanks for having me. >> you've been a regular on the show as well as m
't a -- michael wasn't a teenager by the time he could turn dirt with the best of him. but he unexpectedly reached his limit. >> there was an emergency. >> reporter: during a game of capture the flashings michael collapsed. >> he was a picture of health. >> reporter: that afternoon, this picture of health died from sudden cardiac arrest. >> what do you mean, my 12-year-old is dead. how can that be possible? >> reporter: sudden cardiac arrests occurs when the heart unexpectly stops building. it kills more than breast cancer, lung cancer, aids, combined. >> miss him. >> reporter: adding to the grieve -- grief, an aed was nearby. >> the nurse didn't bring it out to the field. >> reporter: it is a portable battery operated device. it shocks the clinically dead back to life. >> it is the only way to save their life in that situation. >> reporter: applied within the first few minutes of cardiac arrest, doctors said aed's can increase their chance of survival up to 80% but experts agree this lifesaving tool is far from saving the number of lives it should. >> just knew a player went down. >> reporter: jo
>> welcome to the war room. i'm david sirota, michael shure is off this week. tonight, to russia with our love. president obama decides to throw some shade at russian president vladamir put tin. how well the k.g.b. respond? the war room starts now. >> today, president obama announced he will truthful moscow for a planned g-20 summit but not meet privately with russian president put tin. he cited a lack of progression of arms, trade within global security and human rights. a statement released by the white house explained: >> now, if you ask me, these agreements are not reasons to postpone a meet, their reasons to have a meeting. sitting down and negotiating is not a sign of weakness, it's usually a sign of strength. in 1961, president kennedy sat down for the vienna summit to discuss their troubled relationship. president reagan sat down with mikael gorbachev. join be me now is christina pelosi and from new york, michael shure, who's the usual host of this show. welcome to both of you. >> thank you. >> michael, let's start with you. isn't there a danger here of escalating the sit
are debating. i urge you to watch it on cnn on friday night. >>> coming up next, michael jackson's ex-wife testifies about his drug use. all the latest live from the courthouse. [ nurse ] i'm a hospice nurse. britta olsen is my patient. i spend long hours with her checking her heart rate, administering her medication, and just making her comfortable. one night britta told me about a tradition in denmark, "when a person dies," she said, "someone must open the window so the soul can depart." i smiled and squeezed her hand. "not tonight, britta. not tonight." [ female announcer ] to nurses everywhere, thank you, from johnson & johnson. >>> that wasn't good. >> get out of my way! >> how's paris doing? >> michael jackson's ex-wife leaving the courthouse after testifying in the wrongful death suit against aeg. the family says the company is responsible for his death because they hired and failed to supervise conrad murray. he choked about when she talked about michael jackson's fear of pain. pretty dramatic emotional performance from debbie rowe. what did you make of what happened? >> well,
, michael and i talked all the time about the clapping, man, i can't believe we have to clap. >> i would call ben and say i'm calling you right now so that i don't have to clap right now. [ laughter ] cenk: part of the problem was it wasn't real. the whole point of the show was keeping it real and you didn't want to clap, so it wasn't real. clapping is old school t.v., yes, everybody, we're back, right. we're all friends, so why would you clap when a friend walks in. >> we all know you, as you talked about, we know you, don't talk jazz about you. speaking of old school, tweeting throughout the show. >> i am. it's hard to talk and tweet tame. it's a little confusion, but our core audience kept a live track going even after we had to shut it down officially, i've gotten some great tweets over the last couple of days, you changed my life, this has been amazing, so shoutout to the awesome t.y.t. army who showed up to watch current. cenk: i got thrown for a loop, because you used to sit over there at the beginning. >> sometimes where mark is sitting, and almost get hit by the jib. cenk: for t
. michael jackson's ex-wife breaks down over her daughter, paris. i will talk to a jackson family members speaking out for the first time and my exclusive with the great-grandmother who said she was sexually harassed. she is number 16 of the alleged victim here with her attorney, gloria allred. >> if you hours before dawn friday and a day of prayer in the muslim world and a day of protests. today in muslim brotherhood spokesman tweeted out a call for marches to converge in the center of cairo. what will happen when the sun comes out? an ominous threat, this friday of anger coming from the muslim brotherhood. how well coordinated this is and how dangerous could be, the thing? >> they are known for its solid coordination. it is probably the best organized political party that is here. and especially given what happened yesterday. the devastating death toll that left more than 580 people killed, thousands more wounded. 43 individuals on this side of the police that as well. people incredibly angry. so one can assume they're going to take to the streets and then the rest is yet another bloody
, again, trying to take the company private, michael dell certainly trying to do that now, but not giving any guidance. doesn't that hurt someone that is holding shares of dell, whether or not they want to buy or sell? forget the talks, no guidance whatsoever, mark. >> well, yeah. it's nice to have guidance. you know, unless you're in a kind of a merger arbitrage business, i don't see a lot of reasons for an average retail trader to be in bell in the first place. -- in dell in the first place. there are hundreds of better opportunities in the stock market than a crazy deal between dell right now. so, you know, i don't see a lot of point to being involved in this -- david: and ed world, you don't like tech in general. it's not just dell, you're sort of crossing off the whole tech sector, are you not? >> yeah, dave, we're actually quite underweight the sector, and part of premise there is that the earnings momentum is just not there. the price momentum and the individual stocks, excuse me, is not this. and and you take a look at some of the recent companies that reported whether it's oracle
. announcer: it's "live with kelly and michael." today, recording artist and actor lenny kravitz. and from the new comedy "we're the millers," emma roberts. plus, nicole richie takes a seat at the co-host desk all next on "live." [captioning made possible by isney-abc domestic television] announcer: now here are michael strahan and nicole richie! cheers and applause] nicole: thank you! thank you. michael: you're welcome. cheers and applause] well everybody, today is thursday, august 8, 2013, and filling in for kelly today is my friend nicole richie! cheers and applause] how you doing? nicole: i'm good. it's good to see you in new york. michael: it's good to see you anytime. nicole: thank you. michael: yeah, joel, i said it, her husband, what you gonna do? fight me? so how you been? nicole: i've been good, i've been good. i've been traveling a little bit with my family, going on vacation and you know, working and now here in new york, i flew out here just to see you, just to be here. michael: i'm so honored! so honored. i appreciate. , now where have you been for vacations? nicole: we went
about that, michael? >> so you're telling me there's a chance. >> .01% chance so the male model is going to have to accept this. >> the male model is not accepting it. >> and it's because they went to an independent d.n.a. lab. >> he's saying they probably shot video, paid off the lab to be on the show. >> come on, that's actually totally a fair point. any solutions? >> he says, have the judge order it, have a court monitored d.n.a. test where everyone could be there and get it from court. >> or you could do this test -- no, yes? >> that male model is lying? >> harvey, harvey, harvey! >> john stamos turned 50. >> john, so happy birthday. you do not look 50. >> john stamos is 50. >> it's ridiculous. something.d there's a deal with the devil. >> what's your secret to stay so fit and everything? >> i try to take care of myself and i'm friends with harvey. that's usually what does it. >> i wish. i wish. let me tell you. >> he's super hot. how could you be friends with him, though? i don't think i could be friends with him. >> can't you be friends with somebody that you don't necessarily -- >
. once the dot goes off, the dog just stops racing and doesn't even wonder why. michael, i don't even think we need to discuss this story. when these hate crimes break, reported everywhere, you are a journalist. once a journalist finds out it is bs, they let it go. why don't the journalists follow-up on this stuff? >> i don't. i have written stories about bs hate crimes. you know, they are all so invested and report as if it is real without doing any sort of actual reporting of their own. they want them to be real. you shouldn't want racism to be true. you shouldn't want more of it. it feels like that to these people. on campus you have kids who are are -- racism is everywhere and there is race card, gender and it is not there. they have to create it. >> that's interesting. the teachers are probably okay because if you don't have evidence of what they are talking about, then they are pretty much unnecessary if this world does not exist. >> this is the most toxic charge in american life, hands down. it has the lowest standard of evidence. it is exactly backwards. if you are accusing so
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